The Brotherhood of the Bell
The Brotherhood of the Bell is a 1970 made-for-television movie produced by Cinema Center 100 Productions and starring Glenn Ford. The director Paul Wendkos was nominated in 1971 by the Directors Guild of America for "outstanding directorial achievement in television."
Run time 97 minutes 37 secondsAudio/Visual sound
The film relates how a successful Economics professor, Dr. Andrew Patterson, discovers that an elite fraternity he had joined 22 years before in college is really a callous banking and business cabal that obtains wealth and power for its members through nefarious practices.
April 5, 2010
Brotherhood of the Bell
I watched this movie years ago, pretty much close to when it came out. Very well done.
I downloaded this as a MPEG4 which is viewable on my pc but not really at full screen. However I'm very grateful to be able to download and view this movie which left a very strong impression at the time and without wishing to spoil the movie for anyone who hasn't watched really made me think about any kind of quid pro quo arrangement and was significant in that I saw this movie before I knew anything about Secret Societies. I would say as compelling view now as it was when it was made.